Hi [email protected] I have the same problem. Opticrom Hayfever Eyedrops help reduce this irritation. Not 100%, but they certainly help. Available off-the-shelf without prescription. I keep mine in the fridge, which makes them even more refreshing in cooling yer peepers during the hayfever season.
Hi MobiusX. I have these domes fitted to various feeders - on individual poles with feeders atop, to prevent access for squirrels from below, and for free-hanging feeders suspended from branches. Never had any problem from wind, and we do get our share of strong winds here on North East coast of...
Sounds like you may be suffering from plantar fasciitis, a painful condition I first experienced after a round of golf, wearing, would you believe, Footjoys!
Inner soles with arch supports relieved it for me, which I bought from Boot's for around 20 to 25 quid. Had them in two or three...
Has anyone tried The SongFinder - a hearing aid for those of us with high-frequency hearing loss, who cannot hear much in the way of bird song. It works by lowering the frequency range of the bird's call/song to a frequency within our range. If so, how severe is your normal hearing and how...
From the car park at the very end of the track off the A1031 at Howden's Pullover, walk NNW along the bank top until you reach map ref TF442967, then start checking the back of the pools to your right. I have often found the bird in the company of a Little Egret close to the buckthorn at...
Telephone them on 00-44-2085-414440 or write to Nikon UK Limited, 380 Richmond Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, England, KT2 5PR. They also have a fax number if this is of use to you - 00-44-2085-414584.
Must sing Nikon UK's praises for their after-sales service.
On Tuesday, I rang their depot in Surrey for replacement rubber eyecups for my 8x32 SE CF binos, which had split where they fold down.
They arrived on my doorstep in N E Lincs the next day - no charge for the parts or postage!
Good day weather-wise Sunday, 25th April. Set off from Cleethorpes along sea front and saw not a lot, but overall, not bad:-
Meridian car park - Whitethroats - 2
Tetney marsh - fem. Hen Harrier and cuckoo (song and flight)
Tetney Haven sluice gates - pair of Common Sandpipers